Henley Halloween Supports Henley YMCA

Henley Halloween kindly selected Henley YMCA as their chosen charity at their recent event in Henley on Thames. Lots of spooky fun was had as the event, supported by local businesses, was held throughout the day. Henley YMCA residents helped alongside Henley in Bloom selling baked goods and sweets. Local businesses The Argyle Pub, The…



Why are we raising £300,000?

We are raising £300,000 to ensure that we can continue to provide our current services for the young of Henley. We offer support and subsidised housing in a safe environment to young and vulnerable Henley residents or those who have a very close association with Henley, irrespective of race, religion or sex. We have two…



Fun day for all

Thursday the 28th of May saw the second YMCA Community Event.  YMCA Henley working in partnership with Nomad, GreenSquare and First Soccer arranged an afternoon of fun and food for the whole family. The event was held up on the YMCA football pitch. There were a variety of activities for local young people to get…



Catching the gardening bug early

Henley in Bloom got off to a flying start when a group of young gardens revamped the YMCA Henley central flower bed. For more information read the article in the Henley Herald.



Katie’s Kitchen

Katie’s Kitchen an informal group for young women is to start again on March 13th at the YMCA. For more details read the article in the Henley Herald



YMCA gearing up for fund raising task

As a result of changes in YMCA England’s policy, YMCA Henley is embarking on the process of raising funds to secure its housing for local young people. For more information read YMCA to launch cash appeal to buy housing and Deadline brought for purchase brought forward in the Henley Standard.



YMCA Henley, more than just housing

CEO Angela Healey and other local charities outlined the varied work that is carried out by and with YMCA Henley at their AGM in November. Read more on the Henley Herald and the Henley Standard websites.